Jen McDonald faces a quandary. Traumatised by a car accident after seeing a mysterious, dark-shrouded figure on the road, she believes she may be losing her mind. Maybe there is instead a far more malign reason for the mysterious and frightening goings-on in Emerald Hills. Perhaps the enigmatic and otherworldly Fionn has the answers she needs?
As the mystery unfolds before her, Jen begins to feel trapped, not only between warring factions of the supernatural Fae, but also by her desire for one of them. She does not want to be a heroine, but it is possible that her newly discovered and special gift will force her to be the town’s defender.
Author’s Note: ‘Dark Confluence’ is an Australian-based, short novel in the dark contemporary paranormal genre. It is a topical adult fable and is written for readers eighteen years and older.
Rosemary Fryth is an independent author living in Queensland, Australia.
She writes in the genres of dark and epic fantasy; and has also published a volume of poetry.